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Cathy & Daniel: A Formal Wedding in New York City, NY

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Cathy & Daniel in New York City, NY
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Cathy asked her florist for jewel tones and let him do the rest. Her lush bouquet included calla lilies, roses, feather celosia, and freesia.
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The guys' burgundy ties and vests were a perfect match with the bridesmaids' knee-length dresses (that they could really wear again!)
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The same design that lined the escort cards appeared in the corners of the programs so the stationery was cohesive, but not too matchy-matchy.
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Servers passed trays of pomegranate martinis, which were chosen to fit in with the color scheme.
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An Asian floral motif decorated the sides of the tented escort cards. The background color and accent color alternated from row to row in the display.

Cathy & Daniel in New York City, NY

It took a few tries for former Princeton students Cathy and Daniel to connect. After meeting through mutual friends, Daniel invited Cathy to a swing dance. Being neither interested in dancing nor Daniel, Cathy declined. Daniel persisted and asked Cathy to a dinner party. The Bride Cathy Shu, 26, medical student The Groom Daniel Peng, 24, software engineer The Date October 4 Cathy showed up with her friends and, since there was only one open seat near Daniel, they sat away from him. Eventually, Cathy decided to give Daniel -- and swing dancing -- a shot, and they started taking lessons together. That led to a three-and-a-half-year relationship. A snowstorm ruined Daniel's proposal idea to pop the question on their old campus, so the two went out for sushi instead. While Cathy was in the bathroom, Daniel slipped an engagement ring in her napkin.
- Meredith Bodgas
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